What Is Sunnat & What Is Bidat (Innovation in Islam)

What Is Sunnat & What Is Bidat (Innovation in Islam)

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Author: M A Qasmi
Publisher: Adam Publishers
Year: 2011
Language: multilingual
Pages: 106
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8174353429


In this book Sunnat and Bidat the author has tried to draw a line between Sunnah and the innovated Bidat that during the later days had intruded into the religion of Islam. This book apart from presenting the best way of Sunnah, warns Muslims to avoid innovations and remain steadfast to the Holy book of god and the tradition of the Prophet.

Islam is a religion constituted by Almighty God and interpreted by Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) The Constitution is called the Holy Quran and its interpretation is called Sunnah. The Believers are asked to follow Islam according to the way of Sunnah which quarantees good retribution from God and entry into paradise.

The Bidat is a self made innovation, wishful intrusion in the religion of God. This is of course a deviation from the right path which invites the warth of god and leads to hell. Therefore all the believers should follow the Sunnah way and keep away from the vile Bidat.


What is Sunnat?
What is Bidat (innovation?)
Bidat Leads to Hell
What kind of deeds will be termed as Bidat?
Difference between Bidat and public interest works
Good Bidat and Bad Bidat
Additional Bidats
Will habitual deeds of the Holy Prophet also be called sunnah?
How the noble companions of the Holy Prophet resisted the innovation in religion

How Bidat sneaked into Islamic Ummah?
Monasteries, the main source of Bidat
Mazars (Tombs ob Saints) second source of Bidat
Islamic injunction on tombs and mausoleum
Islamic Fatwa on Urs (birth day or death anniversary)
Birthday parties
Decoration of mosques
Mosque on grave
Collective recitation of Quran at the time of Death
Nadhar, Neyadh and Fateha